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This site is for Greater Manchester residents who want to find out more about how health and care services are run in their borough, and what decisions are being made across the region.

For appointments, prescriptions, and services near you, your first point of call should be your local GP or chemist, which you can find by searching below.

In a life-threatening emergency, please contact 999.

For all other urgent medical care, NHS 111 can help 24 hours a day, 7 days a week if you go online to 111.nhs.uk or ring 111. They can book GP appointments day and night, book you in to your nearest Urgent Treatment Centre, help you with emergency prescriptions and offer all sorts of health advice.

Emergency dental treatment:
If you need help with an urgent dental problem and your dentist is closed (or you don’t have one), call the Greater Manchester Urgent Dental Care Service on 0333 332 3800 (8am–10pm every day, including weekends and bank holidays).

Evening, weekend and overnight GPs:
Contact NHS 111 for your local GP Out of Hours service that runs 6pm–8am every day (including weekends and bank holidays).

Or, for an evening or weekend appointment with a local GP, contact your local GP extended hours or access service (you must be registered with a GP in these areas):

Oldham – 0161 934 2827
Rochdale – 0161 763 8292
Tameside – 0161 337 3465
Wigan – 01942 482848

Mental Health Crisis
Mental health services across Greater Manchester have a mental health helpline open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to support you or someone you know in need of mental health support.

Bolton – 0800 953 0285 ​
Bury – 0800 014 9995
Manchester – 0800 953 0285
Oldham – 0800 014 9995
Rochdale – 0800 014 9995
Salford – 0800 953 0285
Stockport – 0800 014 9995
Tameside – 0800 014 9995
Trafford – 0800 953 0285
Wigan – 0800 051 3253

If there is an immediate risk of danger to life, you should ring 999.

Walk-in urgent care
Leigh Walk-in-Centre, 7am-9pm, Leigh Health Centre, (Leigh Infirmary), The Avenue, Leigh, WN7 1HR

Telephone: 01942 483453

To stop coronavirus from spreading, those who are eligible for a Covid vaccine are encouraged to visit one of the vaccination clinics across the region.

It’s important to have both doses and your booster, if you’re eligible.

The Covid vaccines have been thoroughly tested and have met strict safety standards in the UK. The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) approves vaccines and makes sure they’re of high quality and are safe for use.

When you can get your vaccines
Everyone aged 5+ can have a Covid vaccine. If you haven’t yet had a vaccine, please do consider getting vaccinated as soon as you can. If you aren’t sure if you can have your next dose, please check below.

 

Second doses

Under 18s:
Most under 18s can have a second dose 12 weeks after their first dose.

If they have a condition that puts them at high risk of being seriously ill, they can have a second dose after 8 weeks

Over 18s:
They can have a second dose 8 weeks after their first dose.


Third doses

People with weakened immune systems and certain conditions are entitled to a third dose (as well as a booster).  They can have this 8 weeks after their 2nddose.


Booster doses

Booster doses should be at least three months after a second (or third) dose.


Spring boosters

If you are over 75, live in a care home or have a weakened immune system (aged 12+), you are entitled to a spring booster.  Spring boosters should be at least 3 months after your previous dose, but it is better if it is closer to 6 months after.

 

If you’ve recently had Covid, you’ll need to wait a number of weeks before having the vaccine:

4 weeks (28 days) for people aged 18 years old or over
12 weeks (84 days) for 5-17 years old
4 weeks (28 days) for 5-17 who are at high risk from COVID-19, or live with someone who has a weakened immune system.

This starts from the date that symptoms started, or the date of the positive test result, whichever was earlier.

Book an appointment at a vaccination clinic
You can book an appointment for your Covid jab at a local vaccination clinic using the National Booking System or call 119.

On the National Booking System, you can find walk-in clinics or book an appointment.

We’re making it as easy as possible for people to get their Covid-19 vaccinations with extra pop-up and walk-in vaccination clinics for eligible people across Greater Manchester.

No appointment needed – just turn up. If you are unsure, please come along for a chat.

Unless it says otherwise, all sites offer:

  • 1st, 2nd and booster doses
  • 3rd/4th doses if eligible
  • Spring booster if eligible, subject to supply

Under-16s must be accompanied by a parent/carer to give consent. All vaccines will be Pfizer or Moderna, depending on age.

Please be aware that vaccines at walk-in clinics are subject to the availability of the vaccine on the day and you may be asked to come back another day if there isn’t any left.


Friday 1 July
Market Place Shopping Centre, Bolton
10am-4pm
Ages 5+

The Manor House, St Helens Road, Daubhill, Bolton
9am-1pm & 2pm-4pm
Ages 18+

Horwich RMI, Bolton
3pm-6pm
Ages 5+

Newton Heath Health Centre, Manchester, M40 2JF
10am–4pm
Ages 12+

Mawlawi Kurdish Cultural Centre, Manchester, M15 5WD
12.30pm–3.30pm
Ages 5+

Baguley pharmacy, Manchester, M23 9PS
10am–1pm & 3pm–6pm
Ages 12+

Trinity Methodist Church, 351 Bramhall Lane, Stockport, SK3 8TP
9am-6pm
Ages 12+

1881 Masonic Hall (near Urmston market), 15 Westbourne Road, Urmston, Trafford M41 0XQ
9am-1pm & 2pm-5.30pm
Ages 5+

Larkhill Centre (Timperley Pharmacy), Thorley Lane, Timperley, Trafford, WA15 7AZ
9am-12pm
Ages 5+

Limelight Pharmacy – 3 St Brides Way, Old Trafford, Stretford, Manchester, Trafford M16 9NWZ
4pm-6pm
Ages 5+

Elliotts Pharmacy – 60 Seymour Grove, Old Trafford, Manchester, Trafford, M16 0LN
2pm-4pm
Ages 18+

Saturday 2 July
Breightmet Health Centre, Bolton
Ages 12+ all day
Ages 5-11, 11am-4pm only

Market Place Shopping Centre, Bolton
1pm-4pm
Ages 5+

Market Place Shopping Centre, Bolton
10am-4pm
Ages 5+

Horwich RMI, Bolton
1pm-4pm
Ages 5+

The Manor House, St Helens Road, Daubhill, Bolton
9am-3pm
Ages 18+

The Jain Centre, Manchester, M12 4QE
10am – 12:30
Ages 5+

Baguley Pharmacy, Manchester, M23 9PS
9.30am-1pm
Ages 12+

Etihad Vaccination Centre, Manchester, M11 3DU
8am – 3.30pm
Ages 5+

Hopwood Medical Centre, 1–3 Walton Street, Heywood, OL10 2BS
10am–1pm (last walk-in 15 mins before close)
Ages 5+

Number One Riverside, Smith Street, Rochdale OL16 1XU
10am-2pm (last walk-in 15 mins before close)
Ages 12+

Little Hulton Medical Centre, Salford
10am-12pm
Ages 12+

One Stockport Hub, Mersey Square, Stockport, SK1 1RA
9.30am to 3.30pm (ages 12+) and 9am-1pm (ages 5-11)
Ages 5+

Larkhill Centre (Timperley Pharmacy), Thorley Lane, Timperley, Trafford, WA15 7AZ
9.30am-1pm
Ages 5+

Limelight Pharmacy – 3 St Brides Way, Old Trafford, Stretford, Manchester, Trafford M16 9NW
1pm-4pm
Ages 5+

Sunday 3 July
Breightmet Health Centre, Bolton
10.30am-4.30pm
Ages 12+ all day, Ages 5-11, 11am-4pm only

Avondale Health Centre, Bolton
10am-2pm
Ages 5+

The Vallance Centre, Manchester, M13 9UJ
10am-2pm
Ages 5+

Irish World Heritage Centre, Manchester, M8 0AE
3.30pm-7.30pm
Ages 5+

Etihad Vaccination Centre, Manchester, M11 3DU
8am – 3.30pm
Ages 5+

Trinity Methodist Church, 351 Bramhall Lane, Stockport, SK3 8TP
9am-6pm
Ages 12+

Elliotts Pharmacy – 60 Seymour Grove, Old Trafford, Manchester, Trafford, M16 0LN
12pm-3pm
Ages 18+

Monday 4 July
Baguley Pharmacy, Manchester M23 9PS
10am-6pm
Ages 12+

Etihad Vaccination Centre, Manchester, M11 3DU
8am – 8pm
Ages 5+

Tuesday 5 July
Plant Hill, Manchester, M9 8LX
3.30pm-7.30pm
Ages 5+

Whalley Range Tennis and Cricket Club, Manchester, M16 8NR
12pm-5pm
Ages 5+

Baguley pharmacy, Manchester, M23 9PS
10am-6pm
Ages 12+

Etihad Vaccination Centre, Manchester, M11 3DU
8am – 8pm
Ages 5+

Salford Royal Foundation Trust Mayo Building, The Mayo Building, Stott Ln, Salford, M6 8HD
8.30am-4pm
Ages 12+

Trinity Methodist Church, 351 Bramhall Lane, Stockport, SK3 8TP
9am-6pm
Ages 12+

Wednesday 6th July
Manchester Town Hall, Manchester, M2 5DB
1pm-6pm
Ages 5+

Baguley Pharmacy, Manchester M23 9PS
10am-6pm
Ages 12+

Etihad Vaccination Centre, Manchester, M11 3DU
8am – 8pm
Ages 5+

Salford Royal Foundation Trust Mayo Building, The Mayo Building, Stott Ln, Salford, M6 8HD
8.30am-3.30pm
Ages 12+
This is an Astra Zeneca clinic specifically for those patients who are unable to have one of the other vaccinations because of contraindications (these patients cannot be vaccinated with Pfizer/ Moderna/ another vaccine because it would cause harm)

Thursday 7th July
Manchester Town Hall, Manchester, M2 5DB
1pm-6pm
Ages 5+

Forum Vaccination Hub, Manchester, M22 5RX
2.30pm-5pm
Ages 12+

Whalley Range Tennis and Cricket Club, Manchester, M16 8NR
12pm-5pm
Ages 5+

Baguley Pharmacy, Manchester M23 9PS
10am-6pm
Ages 12+

Etihad Vaccination Centre, Manchester, M11 3DU
8am – 8pm
Ages 5+

Tesco Burnage, Manchester, M19 1TF
8am – 8pm
Ages 5+

Salford Royal Foundation Trust Mayo Building, The Mayo Building, Stott Ln, Salford, M6 8HD
8.30am-6pm
Ages 12+

Local phone numbers:
Some areas have a local phone number for vaccine clinics within their Borough:

Manchester City – 0161 947 0770 or 0800 092 4020
Salford – 0161 206 8856
Tameside – 0161 368 542 or visit www.tamesideandglossop.nhsvaccinations.co.uk
Wigan – 01942 807780

Some people with long-term complex or unpredictable healthcare needs qualify for free social care arranged and funded solely by the NHS. This is known as NHS continuing healthcare.

CHC is free, unlike Local Authority support, where charges may be made depending on a person’s income and savings.

Where can NHS continuing healthcare be provided?
You can receive NHS continuing healthcare services in any setting, including your own home or a care home.

Who is eligible?
NHS continuing healthcare is for anyone over 18. Children and young people may receive a ‘continuing care package’ if they have needs arising from disability, accident or illness that can’t be met by existing universal or specialist services alone. Find out more about the children and young people’s continuing care national framework.

To be eligible for NHS continuing healthcare, you must be assessed by a team of healthcare professionals in your area, who will look at what help you need and how complex, intense or unpredictable your needs can be, including any risks to your health if the right care isn’t provided at the right time

Your eligibility depends on your assessed needs, and not on any particular diagnosis or condition. Full details of the edibility criteria can be found on the nhs.uk website.

Where to get help
The assessment process can be complex. An organisation called Beacon gives free independent advice on NHS continuing healthcare. Visit the Beacon website or call the free helpline on 0345 548 0300.

Further information about NHS continuing healthcare can be found on the nhs.uk website.